Join Christian Wright, Director, Research & Development, PSAV, Product Management as he shares an insightful presentation covering tech-forward meeting trends, preparing event professionals for the rapid change inherent in the industry.
Make your meeting more impactful with recent insights about the critical technologies that power these trends and how they advance live events.
Meetings and events are a global economic powerhouse. And while in-person meetings have been impacted, our industry is adjusting to support clients and return to a healthy and thriving global economy.
We’re Ready to Create Connections
Even with the convenience of pivoting to virtual, in-person events are still the preferred way to meet for an optimal, engaging experience. They deliver topline growth, bottom line results and, most of all, human connections. We learn, change and innovate when we are together – and that value is something that cannot be replicated.
We’re Ready to Ignite the Economy
In a study commissioned by the Events Industry Council, findings showed that the business events sector directly generated more output than many large global sectors – including consumer electronics and computers and office equipment.
As the world prepares to return to business as usual, our industry prepares to restore its place as a critical business driver to a healthy and thriving global economy.
Concise is donating iPads to NHS hospitals in the UK to help COVID-19 patients stay connected with loved ones.
We're helping People Powered put the word out to everyone, including our competitors, who can donate working smart devices that are capable of video calling.
We're also inviting Entertainment & Event Industry Professionals to volunteer their time or trade skills to the NHS.
Get in touch with People Poweredto help...and click below to learn more.
The need for iPads came to our attention from one of our clients who put us in touch with People Powered. This group of volunteers from across the entertainment and live event industries are providing support to the NHS, including Intensive Treatment Units where the need is greatest, to relieve pressure on the health service and assist with flattening the curve.
Amongst their many activities, People Powered volunteers have helped:
Provide NHS hospitals in the UK with 3000+ walkie-talkies as a communications solution between COVID and non-COVID spaces to reduce the amount of PPE they’re going through.
Set up a shop at the Royal Free Hospital allowing staff to pick up essentials and fresh food and veg after shifts, without facing the supermarkets and potentially empty shelves
Build outside facilities to create triage centres, waiting areas and staff rest areas.
For NHS facilities seeking help, People Powered will assign a specific person who’ll arrange pretty much anything you need by drawing on the skills of experienced freelancers and a wide range of infrastructure suppliers. Their volunteers will lift the load, so you can flatten the curve.